Dancing With Nobody (lost Little Mix demo track; existence unconfirmed; 2017)

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A photo of the group.

Status: Existence Unconfirmed

Little Mix is a British girl group formed in 2011 during the eighth series of the UK version of The X Factor. They were the first group to ever win the competition, and following their victory, they signed with the record label Syco Music, which is managed by Simon Cowell, a judge of the show. The members are Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jesy Nelson. Little Mix released their debut album DNA in 2012, which peaked inside the top 10 in ten countries, including the UK and US.

Since their debut in 2011, the group recorded a total of five albums, including various unreleased tracks. some of which have surfaced online. But there's a song that is not known if it exists or not, a possible demo for a song called "Dancing With Nobody".

Red Velvet's Red Flavor

On July 7th, 2017, Korean girl group Red Velvet released their comeback single "Red Flavor", as the main track for their single album The Red Summer. The track was produced by Sweden duo Daniel Caesar and Ludwig Lindell, who had worked previously with SM Entertainment producing songs for Girls' Generation-TTS and F(X). The song became a massive success and one of the most successful comebacks of 2017.

In August 2017, during an interview with ToneGlow.net, the Swedish duo revealed that the song was actually made for the Britain girl group Little Mix, but later on decided that the song would work better in the K-Pop market. The song was reworked and retitled to "Red Flavor", and was sold to SM Entertainment, the company that managed Red Velvet.[1]

Demo Existence

Since this revelation, many people have speculated if a demo of "Dancing With Nobody" exists somewhere, since no much information is available online. The Sweden duo didn't reveal any more details about the original version of the song, not even the British group or their music label spoke publicly about the demo's existence.